The George Inn
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... a wide berth..lol. We got close enough to the White horse to take a better look and photo then headed back just to see on driving out of the village a much better view on flat ground. It is now only mid afternoon and we have parked up for the night on a road that is surrounded by fields where it appears a lot of the land is used for Army training. With the numerous signs we passed we may get a glimpse or hear the rumbling of a tank passing by. I can hear gun shots in the distance so ...
... London Bridge was unimpressive (why is it famous?) and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre was more of a cottage than the amphitheater I was expecting. Millennium Bridge was interesting people-watching, and St. Paul's Cathedral was beautiful. Attending a service there is also on my list for next time. I walked around for awhile and then lay in the sun in the courtyard before taking the subway to St. John's Wood for Abbey Road. I crossed it, though I don't have picture proof. ...
... over 10 windows is taxed so people started bricking up their windows and you can see that today on some older houses. This didn’t get repealed until Victoria built the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park in the 1850’s.
So Anne is now the heir, married to boring George of Denmark. Their daughter dies of smallpox so they have to make James Edward Stuart (the over the water son) their heir. Parliament ...
... it was starting to rain, I’m obliged to jump out of the car and feel once more what could not have been a more perfect home for a little nipper like me. Our back garden swept up a steep slope towards the woodlands. All I had to do was to open the back gate and I was in a magical forest where at any moment a hobbit of an elf would spring forth, or I could be the hunter in The Hunger Games. ...
... the West End, we board the No. 12 bus to Marble Arch. It takes us past many of the sights we saw yesterday from the car window
“It’s much more fun seeing London from the top of a double-decker bus” remarks Miryam.
We descend at Marble Arch and stroll a few blocks down Oxford Street, ...